The Dunedin Double Flying Nun Records

VARIOUS - THE DUNEDIN DOUBLE, 1982 | MAN ON THE VERGE OF A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN

..."There was a considerably positive nationwide reception to this oddly formatted release by four bands barely known outside Dunedin. The 12” EP idea was still relatively new, but this double EP in a gatefold sleeve was absolutely novel. The music press soon got on board with positive reviews, and the talk was now about what was happening in Dunedin. The consensus was that it was something special"...

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The Story Of The Stones' EP Another Disc Another Dollar, 1983

The Story Of The Stones' EP Another Disc Another Dollar, 1983

While it was easy to dismiss The Stones as rough and ready, they were a musical venture serious about developing their own style distinct from their Dunedin contemporaries. They had big musical ideas that didn't need too many details, they had the big personalities to make it work. And despite everything they had a strange kind of hypnotic star power.

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The story of Bored Games' 1982 EP, 'Who Killed Colonel Mustard'

The story of Bored Games' 1982 EP, 'Who Killed Colonel Mustard'

"...Bored Games rewrote themselves back into the history of Dunedin music and helped put in place a small but significant building block in the long-lasting career of Shayne Carter."

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